Issue 134, page 3
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Guestmudgeon Sam Bankester asks that we allow he to complain
It's hypercorrection, Sam. So many mothers and teachers have said "It's 'Jim and I', not 'Jim and me'" that people assume it should be "I" all the time.
By the way, we (Barb and Malcolm) have always wondered exactly why fingernails on the chalkboard sounds so horrifying to most people.
Is there something you read or hear that sends you up the wall?
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